Trompe-l’oeil was the leading design strategy of atelier Due Muri, a small space of just 60 square meters – occasionally used for exhibitions – belonging to a packaging company in Milan. There, tromp-l’oeil covered the walls of the entire space, extending and articulating it in different directions. On the partitions, covered with hot whitewash, Del Ponte drew marble walls looking over an illusory landscape: a real wall was used as the medium for false walls that brought the sky inside, creating a remarkably poetic atmosphere for fashion shows. The floor was covered with charcoal carpeting resembling natural soil. The diagonal glazed-laminate table was also black.